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CSS Update 2022 — container queries, has-selector, subgrids and more

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CSS Update 2022 — container queries, has-selector, subgrids and more


In 2022, there are more interesting innovations for web developers in the Evergreen browsers than there have been for a long time. Not only is the long-awaited "parent selector" available with ':has()', but also @layer, which now allows the cascade to be influenced better. In addition, we get native container queries, not to forget subgrids. But also the small features like 'aspect-ratio', 'gap' in flexbox, fancy 'text-decoration'-styling, 'conic-gradient()', new colour spaces and their manipulation, adjusting fallback fonts and much much more.

👉 SPEAKER: Sven Wolfermann

Sven Wolfermann is a freelance web developer from Berlin with a focus on modern frontend development. He is considered an expert in the field of Responsive Web Design and shares his knowledge in lectures and workshops. His focus is always on user experience, accessibility and performance optimization.

🚀 MEDIA PARTNER: Heise Medien


Heads up! After the talk part we will raffle

  • 1 on-site ticket (worth 669€) plus
  • 3 streaming tickets (worth each 199€)

for the upcoming c't webdev conference (Nov 8th-9th) in Cologne. Topics include Web & Mobile development, UX, Accessibility, Testing & QA and Javascript. Find out more on

Additionally, all members of our community will get a 10% discount for the on-site ticket. We will send out the link soon, so please join our community here to receive the information soon.

Thanks a lot to Heise for supporting our community with this!

See you on October, 20th at 18:30 on Youtube :)

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